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Ensuring pollen data aren't gone with the wind


In this article we take a behind-the-scenes look at a group of Australian ecosystem scientists struggling with real-life problems of data management – a story that has a happy ending, thanks to data infrastructure provided through TERN.

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People using TERN: Vikram Dhillon


Find out how pollen research and monitoring was able to help Vikram.

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Climate change making hay fever worse: report


Australia's hay fever sufferers can expect their torment to last longer and become more intense with climate change, according to researchers at home and abroad.

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Scope: Pollen is an important substance, but can cause problems for those with allergies


Pollen is an important substance produced by plants, but it can also cause problems for those of us who have allergies. Assoc. Prof. Ed Newbigin is a botanist from The University of Melbourne and he steps through the process of establishing a daily pollen count.

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Hay fever sufferers on high alert


Allergy sufferers are being warned to prepare early for what is expected to be one of the worst hay fever seasons on record.